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On July 1, 2019, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin submitted a proposal to the state seeking funding to transform its approach to juvenile justice services by developing a continuum of responsive services, including residential settings. The proposal includes both the development of community-based sites and the front-end diversion and aftercare transition supports necessary to prevent recidivism. Through this proposal, the county seeks to transfer youth from Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake into Milwaukee County facilities by July 1, 2021. The county seeks funding of $41.8 million to support a total of 54 beds through the renovation and expansion of . . .
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